The Dover girls' basketball team started 2013 the same way it ended 2012 -- by winning.
The Eagles downed visiting Chambersburg on Wednesday, 57-29, in a non-conference battle.
Dover improved to 8-0, while Chambersburg fell to 3-5. Chambersburg is a member of Mid-Penn Division I, which is generally regarded as one of the better girls' divisions in District 3.
The Eagles led 34-20 at the half.
Alayah Hall led the Eagles with 17 points, while Kara Funk knocked in 15.
OTHER GIRLS' BASKETBALL
SPRING GROVE 61, WAYNESBORO 25: At Waynesboro, Spring Grove's Morgan Arden continued to pump in points at a serious rate.
Arden scored 29 points and outscored the entire Waynesboro team by herself. She's the second-leading scorer in the York-Adams League at 23.0 points per game, trailing only Kennard-Dale's Sara Tarbert (24.1).
Spring Grove jumped out to a 23-2 edge after one quarter and never looked back. Spring Grove improved to 5-4, while Waynesboro fell to 0-8.
SUSQUEHANNA TOWN SHIP 50, NORTHEASTERN 47: At Manchester, the Bobcats trailed 22-8 at the half, but rallied to outscore Susquehanna Township in the second half, 39-28, but couldn't get over the hump in the non-conference battle.
Payton Hauck led the Bobcats with 13 points, while Shay Mathison scored 10 points. The Bobcats were just 5-for-22 from the charity stripe, while the Warriors were only 6-for-19.
Northeastern fell to 4-6, while Susquehanna Township improved to 1-6.